About 1,000 people turned out for the annual march in Center City Saturday.
About 70 sailboats dotted the Delaware River Saturday as part of the Philadelphia Cup Regatta.
Hundreds of homeless veterans took advantage of the services provided at this year’s “Stand Down” event Friday at the National Guard Armory in Cherry Hill.
Girard Brasserie and Bruncherie in Fishtown is still under construction, but it’s getting more attention than your typical restaurant opening due to its “no tipping” model.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on some new dining spots in Philadelphia and the beer festival coming to the King of Prussia Mall in early October.
Diners on “Open Table,” the restaurant reservation website, are recognizing Philadelphia’s great food scene.
A national chain of cancer treatment hospitals is bringing its community education mission to Philadelphia with free classes in healthy cooking.
Melissa Alam, the owner, is naming it The Hive.
A fall festival, some new happenings at the Reading Terminal Market and a Four Seasons travelling food truck.
At Veterans Memorial Family School, kids were being taught by Verizon volunteers about solar energy.
Two food festivals take place on the same evening next week. Plus, a Ben & Jerry’s franchise store is opening in center city.
This production, titled “Varekai,” runs through Sunday.
The 30th annual “SEPTA Roadeo” took place Saturday in the parking lot of the Cornswall Heights Regional Rails Station.
Hundreds attended the opening of the brand new, renovated public space. It took 2½ years for the massive makeover.
This week Hadas reports on a new Jewish restaurant in center city, an Old City pizzeria that also serves top-notch gelati, and a honey festival this weekend spread across Philadelphia.